Beecher Hill Yoga LogoBeecher Hill Yoga
& Integrative Health Coaching VT.
   balance ... vitality ... well-being


Beecher Hill Yoga, Body Work, Health Coaching, Professional Training -- Hinesburg, Vermont.

Who we are

Laura Wisniewski: Director of Beecher Hill Yoga/Integrative Health Coaching VT.

Laura is an IIN trained, Board Certified Health Coach, a Yoga Alliance Registered Master Yoga Teacher (RYT500) and a Certified Yoga Therapist with over 25 years in practice. She is also certified in Thai Yoga bodywork and has trained in Healing Touch and Reiki. She was on the faculty of Community College of bhyimageVermont where she taught Body Awareness for many years.. She is the author of EveryDay Yoga (DVD); Beecher Hill Yoga: Postures & Meditation(CD) and several articles in the Health & Medicine section of Downstreet Magazine. She is a regular columnist for The Hinesburg Record. Laura brings a unique combination of depth and humor to her work with classes and individuals.

Liz Poulsen: Associate Yoga Instructor.

Liz Poulsen has been a student of Yoga with Laura Wisniewski and several other teachers since 1998. bhyiageShe completed an Introductory Teacher Training with Beecher Hill Yoga in 2010.  She took up Yoga as a way to stay strong and flexible in the face of a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis and has never turned back! She is passionate about homeopathy and a holistic view of health and wellness.   An avid and experienced horsewoman, specializing in dressage, Liz loves to help others experience the connections between riding and yoga. She teaches Yoga for Equestrians.     

Aaron Wisniewski: Consulting Chef.
Aaron is an accomplished Chef, Sommelier and Mixologist with experience from around the world. His experience ranges from working in some of the finest restaurants in New York City to hand-crafting organic olive oil in the mountains of Mallorca. He holds a culinary degree from New England Culinary Institute, a certificate in Thai cuisine from Chiang Mai, Thailand, and is a graduate of the WSET program from Vermont wine school. A native Vermonter, Aaron grew up with a close relationship to the garden and a bhyimagefiery passion for cooking. Before he could even reach the counter at home, he was kneading bread and de-seeding peppers. He decided to turn his love and passion for food into a professional career in 1997 and since then it has taken him across the country and around the world as well as on many personal, professional and spiritual journeys. He now lives in Vermont and his approach to food is rooted in “fresh ingredients, clean, healthy, simple dishes and the fact that eating and cooking should be socially, environmentally, and economically sustainable....and especially delicious”